Favorite Sports Team Day is Friday, February 3!
Show your school spirit and wear a jersey, socks, cap, etc. displaying your favorite sports team!!
1. Please see our Vistor and Volunteer Procedure by clicking: Visitor Procedure Letter 1-22-23.pdf
2. Check out our amazing Students of the Week for 1/27/23. We are all so proud of them! Congratulations!
Math Moment: For second-grade students in Mrs. Carlson’s class at Kent Primary School, it was a double-compare subtraction and memory game fun afternoon to hone their subtraction skills. There was not one, but two different games for the students to choose from – double the fun! Read more about the math games and see photos of our students having fun.
T'was the night before Christmas... y por toda la casa...
Second-grade students in Mrs. Chase's class at Kent Primary were treated to some surprise guest mystery readers in class this week: the parents of their classmate, Juan. Juan's mom and dad visited the classroom and read the book "The Night Before Christmas" to the students in English and Spanish!
In celebration of Native American Heritage Month, fourth-grade students in Sarah Bell’s art classes at Kent Primary learned about the significant role sand painting had in the rituals of the Navajo people, one of the largest indigenous tribes native to the southwestern United States. After learning the history and significance of sand paintings, our students created modern interpretations of their own!
The hallways of our buildings may have been quiet during the summer break, but on the last day of school, they were anything but! Our Grade 4 elementary students exited their schools for the final time (in style!) to the cheers and applause of younger students, teachers and families, bound for George Fischer Middle School next year. Watch a video from the final Grade 4 dismissal at Kent Primary School on June 24.
Before the school year let out, Kent Primary kindergartners put on their scientist hats to search for evidence during a recent science lesson about how animals and plants can change an environment. See photos of our environmental detectives at work!
Kent Primary fourth-graders charmed an audience of parents and families gathered in the cafeteria with a musical concert that they have prepared for all year. Under the direction of music teacher Juliana Schultz, students sang their way through many songs and showcased their creativity with special dance performances, bucket-drumming and songs played on recorders. See photos and videos from the Kent Primary Grade 4 Music Celebration.
Lisa Chase’s second-grade students invited parents, guardians and families to see them perform “Too Much Noise!,” a musical that they had rehearsed for several weeks. Read more about the musical and see photos from the performance!
What could be better than a day of fun in the sun? Students at Kent Primary had the opportunity to let loose, play games, enjoy snacks and soak in the beautiful weather at last week's Field Day. See photos from the event!
Join Carmel Central School District Superintendent Mary-Margaret Zehr in an informal setting for open dialogue on select topics during the 2022-2023 school year.
Bring your questions and comments and she will bring the
coffee and snacks!
Topic: Budget Process
Schools & Administrative Offices Closed
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